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Waterpump Hi I cant get the waterpump, actually i cant get to it yet what way does bolt on the crank pulley to the fan belt turn?

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  • chucknjang Apr 06, 2009

    I have to replace the waterpump; but can't follow the "simplified" instructions in Chilton's because they don't take into account the half of engine I have to remove to reach the waterpump to remove it. Is there really a "simplified" way of getting to it and replacing it?? The air-conditioner compressor is in the way, and the waterpump can't be reached without removing the AC. I'm fairly knowledgable with maintaining vehicles; but this one has me stumped.

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Some models have a bolt that needs to be accessed through a hole in the frame, I'm working on one now, and am tired of all the ******* around and misinformation, because all models seem different in some way or other..

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Or put it in 5th

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That bolt holds the crank pulley on to the crankshaft. you can try to hold the engine at the flywheel access hole (timing check hole) at rear of engine

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